For Australians visiting Korea there is
a new way to tour the country on the K-Shuttle Bus. The K-Shuttle is a
shuttle bus that tours major cities and tourist regions and is operated solely
for the benefit of foreign tourists.
K-Shuttle removes the language and
cultural barriers and makes visiting the country’s most beautiful destinations
convenient and hassle-free. Travellers can hop on and hop off the bus as
they please and break their journey at any of the stops along the route.
K-Shuttle tours also have the assistance of English speaking tour guides.
Foreign tourists can now easily access
the best traditional and historical attractions outside of the capital Seoul,
including Gongju. Buyeo, Gwangju, Gyeongju and Gangneung The K-Shuttle also
takes in the port city of Busan, Yeosu and Pyeongchang which is the site of the
upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics.
Travellers can join at any point along
the route but reservations must be made at least five days in advance.
You can book a seat on the bus between cities or you can join the nationwide
five day tour and purchase an accommodation package to match. Sector
fares for the K-Shuttle bus offer a very cost effective way to travel the
country and a five day/four night course costs from US$549 per person.
Sector fares cost as little as US$12 up to US$28.
The tour courses provide a convenient
way around the country but also the chance to visit many of the historical and
cultural sites along the way. Seats are on a first come first served
basis and bookings are necessary at least five days in advance.
more detailed information visit the official K-Shuttle website: www.k-shuttle.com
or call 1899-2508 for reservations while travelling in Korea.
Dated: 19 August, 2013
Further information: Jennifer
Doherty, PR/Marketing Manager, KTO Sydney office